BPSS is an evidenced-based program that aims to promote cultural, social and behavioral health among African American families. The BPSS program has been developed to incorporate the most successful strategies used by parenting and child development specialists while drawing on the strengths, unique parental strategies and processes inherent in African American families (e.g., racial socialization).
BPSS programs are: BPSS Assist to Resist, BPSS Child, BPSS Family and BPSS Parent.
The Black Parenting Strengths and Strategies curriculum is a 12-session evidence-based intervention designed to address issues that are specific to Black Parents. The intervention seeks to promote positive and relevant parenting practices for fostering cultural, social and behavioral, health and academic success in African American children.